Netgear moves to plug vulnerability in routers after researchers find zero-day
The findings underscore the challenge of improving security in a market that prizes cheap and functional networking equipment.
Newly reported flaws in cameras, locks add to scrutiny of smart-home security
Patches are available for both vulnerabilities, and hackers would need physical access in both cases to carry out an attack.
How Netgear and Trustwave built a virtuous cycle of vulnerability disclosure
One company makes things. The other finds bugs. Over the past year, their story illustrated why more and more manufacturers are willing to work with white-hat hackers.